“Willie’s Reserve” will feature several top strains in 1-gram, 1/8th and 1/4th packages as well as pre-rolled joints, vape cartridges and disposable vape pens.
The legal marijuana industry is booming, but it has a problem, a problem that grows along with its success: cash.
Because of federal law, banks don’t want to touch the cash made by legal cannabis retailers. This means business owners have to find a secure way to transport and secure the cash they have on hand. One of those ways to secure cash is the marijuana “kiosk.”
In the month of April some $117 million worth of legal cannabis was sold in Colorado, setting a record for the relatively short history of legal marijuana sales in the state. It’s sure to be a record broken time and time again.
Recreational marijuana sales accounted for over $76 million of the record total, which is not surprising considering how much larger and less restricted – in terms of customer base – that market is. Overall, recreational sales saw an 80% increase over sales from last Aril.
Coming soon to Colorado is the “World’s First Pot Mini Mall”, scheduled to open later this year in Trinidad, CO.
The Marijuana Mini Mall will occupy five separate properties on North Commercial Street, bringing buds together in a one-stop shopping area for all your weed needs. Trindad’s Planning, Zoning, and Variance Commission has already approved building permits to Trinidad Holding Company, LLC, and developers Sean Sheridan and Chris Elkins only await final approval from City Council before they start construction.
Colorado is the Cannabis Capital of the country, so it stands to reason that there are tons of amazing events for marijuana fans to enjoy this summer. We've made a list of our top picks, from Denver to Telluride... Light(en) up and join the party!
Officials in the city of Aurora, Colorado say they will be directing some of the tax revenue from recreational marijuana toward programs designed to help the homeless.
In all about $1.5 million in revenues will be used for homeless programs, including some money to local groups to buy vans for homeless outreach as well as $200,000 to a nonprofit organization that assists homeless people living in hotels.
In a story that seems like a mix of Minority Report and Kid Cannabis with a dash of Fargo thrown in for good measure (and accents), a judge in Lincoln, Nebraska, has dismissed the charges against a 24-year-old man caught driving across Nebraska with $65,000 in cash he planned to use to buy weed in Colorado to sell in Minnesota. Confused? Read on.